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I talked to my lawyer he is a mason too... He will not file any kind of action against the judge. He's telling me it will get fair at the final. I don't trust him anymore. I was married for twenty five years and our net worth is over a million. The ex closed out all the cd's in the banks that were in both names. He lives in our paid for house with his new girlfriend. He also runs the 3 semi's and all our tree company equipment we own. He was order to do weekly accounting, of course he has lost money for the last three years. I owe him almost $4500.00. The last accounting was June 10, 2011. I ask my attorney why he's not in contempt he told me that will all come out in the final. We built our paid for house on his family land so I was ordered off the promises. Married in 1984 and in 2007 the ex and his family created a trust and put the land where our house was in it so the judge ruled that it was not apart of our marriage. It was appraised for $180,000. I feel like I been raped. I owe my attorney over 20,000.00 dollars. The next hearing is set July that will be 3 years and four months. I need help! I have two credit cards in my own name thats how I have made it this far. I would borrow from one to pay the other for the last three years. I get nothing from the ex. I have no money. I pay for my food on a credit card. Should I let him have everything and walk away or should I trust my attorney and wait for the final. The ex in-laws will give him all the money he needs to make sure I get nothing. Note: I worked right by his side 6 and 7 days week to save our little empire that we built and raised 3 children of ours. I don't know what to do? I don't know who to trust. He was told by the judge to not sell anything but he sold some machines. I asked my lawyer if that should be reported to the judge he said we will in the final. Please give me your opinion.
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